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Ben. Evans & Co., SWANSEA. Highly Important and Most Interesting Display r OF BRITISH & CONTINENTAL CUCUinUC 1 Personally Selected in the Paris, I ft 0 II I U IV 0 [ London and other Markets. BEN. EVANS & COMPY. WILL MAKE A GRAND SHOW OF SUMMER FASHIONS TO-MORROW, SATURDAY, MAY 18th. When there will be displayed one of the LARGEST and MOST ATTRACTIVE COLLECTIONS of BRITISH and CON- TINENTAL FASHIONS, NOVELTIES, and NEW GOODS, it has ever been their privilege to place before their cus- tomers. BEN. EVANS & CO. will gladly send, Post Free, a Copy of their J Illustrated Fashion Book. But the Stocks on view are so large and varied that it is quite impossible to give a detailed description, and no adequate idea of the Unique Character of the Goods can be obtained without a personal visit, which is most respectfully invited. Ben. Evans & Co., Ltd., Swansea. ROYAL CAMBRIAN INSTITUTION FOR THE DEAF AND DUMB. A G R A N I) BAZAAR UXDEU TH. PATRONAGE OF HER MAJESTY QUEEN ALEXANDRA, AND REPRESENTING THE BRITISH EMPIRE, WILL BE HELD IN THE « ALBERT HALLS, SWANSEA, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY & THURSDAY, MAY 21, 22 & 23, 1901 THE BAZAAR WILL BE OPENED EACH DAY AT 2.30. ON TUESDAY BY THE RIGHT HON. LADY WINDSOR. ON WEDNESDAY BY LADY LLEWELYN. ON THURSDAY BY THE HIGH SHERIFF OF THE COUNTY OF GLAMORGAN, GRIFFITH THOMAS, Esq. i CAFE CHANTANT IN THE MINOR HALL. LUNCHEONS, TEAS and DINNERS. I ART AND FANCY WORK EXHIBITION. Seasoa Ticket for 3 days, 3s. 6d.; Tuesday, 2s. 6d., after 6 o'clock la.; Wednesday, Is.; Thursday, la. EVTERTAINMEKTS. ^j_RAND THE AT RE SWANSEA Leasees and Manewera-Mr. H. H. Morrell and Mr. Fredk. Mouillot. MONDAY, MAT 20th, Important Engagement MR. WILSON B\RRSTT AND COMPANY. MONDAY and TUESDAY. May 20th and 21st, :CLAUDIAN. WEDNESDAY. THURSDAY and FRIDAY, May 22nd, 23rd and 24th. MAN AND HIS MAKERS. SATURDAY, May 25th—THE SILVER KING. Children under 7 years of age not admitted. To commence at 7.30. Box plan at Gwynne H.Brader's, 17, Heathfield-atreet. Telephone 291. FIRST-CLASS HOTELS. JJOYAL HOTEL, SWANSEA FIRST CLASS FAMILY AND COMMERCIAL HOTEL. EXTENSIVE BANQUETING HALL ANO BALL BOOM. TABLE D'HOTE LUNCHEON DAILY, 1?rom 12.30 to 3.0 p.m. MANAGERS :— MR. AND MRS. FRANK DICKENS. Telephone 56. BRIGHTON GRAND HOTEL. Centre of splendid sea front. Electric ligbt through- eat. Lift to all Boon. Sea-water swimming baths. Inclusive terms (if desired) from 12s. daily, minimum four days.-S. C. HOWARD, Manager. THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE SHELTER, CWMDONKIN PARK, Will be held at the 8HAFTE3BURY HALL, ST. HELEN'S-ROAD, ON MONDAY, MAY 20th, 1901, At 3.30 o'clock. SIR J. T. DILLWYN LLEWELYN will preside. Yen are cordially invited to attend. RE AT WESTERN RAILWAY TEMPER- VJT ANCE UNION. THE ANNUAL PUBLIC MEETING In connection with the above will be held ON MONDAY, MAY 20th, 1901, In the TEMPERANCE HALL, ORCHARD-STREET, SWANSEA, at 7.30 p.m. PRESIDENT ALEX HUBBARD. ESQ., J.P. (Deputy Chairman G.W.R. Coy.). Vocal and Instrumental Music, Addresses, &c. THE SWANSEA HORTICULTURAL AND GARDNERS' ASSOCIATION. FIFTH ANNUAL EXHIBITION OF FLOWERS, FRUIT AND VEGETABLES IN THE SWANSEA MARKET, THURSDAY, AUGUST 15th, 1901. Bum of HIS MAJESTY'S 2ND LIFE GUARDS ENGAGED. Schedules may be obtained of the Secretary Mr. A. B. DA VIES, 91036] 58, Wind-street, Swauaea. PUBLIC NOTICES. B OROUGH OF SWANSEA. MUNICIPAL TECHNICAL SCHOOL. TO BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS. The TECHNICAL INSTRUCTION COM- MITTEE invite TENDERS for the ERECTION of an ENGINEERING WORKSHOP adjoining BELLEVUE HOUSE. MOUNT PLEASANT. Drawings and Specification can be seen at the Office of the Secretary at the Grammar School. Tenderil, endorsed "Engineering Workshop," to be dplivered at my Office not later than 12 noon on MONDAY, the 3rd June next. The lowest or any tender will not necessarily be accepted. WM. JAMES, Secretary. Grammar School. Swansea, 13th May, 1901. -+ Jg OROUGH OF SWANSEA. SWANSEA CORPORATION ACT, 1889. WILLIAMS PLACE. PRIVATE STREET WORKS. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that at a Meeting of the COUNCIL of the BOROUGH OF SWANSEA, held on the 17th day of April, 1901, it was resolved :— That the Specifications, Plans and Sections, Estimates and Provisional Ap- portionments, relating to the Works of Sewering, Levelling, Paving, Metalling, Flagging, Kerbing, Channelling, Making Good and Providing Proper Means for Lighting a certain Street called and known as Williams Place, in the Borough of Swansea, or any part or parts of such Street, be approved, respectively, and that the necessary notices be published and served in the manner prescribed by the Swansea Corporation Act, 1889. AND NOTICE IS HEREBY ALSO GIVEN that the said Specifications, Plans and Sections, Estimates and Provisional Ap- portionments (or copies thereof, certified by the Borough Surveyor), will be kept deposited at the Office of the Borough Surveyor, No. 13, Somerset-place, Swansea, for the space of One Month, from the 10th day of May, 1901, and will be open to inspection at any time between the hours of 10 a.m. and 5 p.m. AND NOTICE is HEREBY FURTHER GIVEN, that during the said month, any owner of any premises shown in the said Pro- visional Apportionments as liable to be charged with any part of the expenses of exe- cuting the works, may, by written notice served on the Corporation, object to the pro- posals of the Corporation on any of the grounds mentioned in Section 121 of the said Act. And any such objection will be heard and determined in the manner therein provided. In default of any such notice of objection being served, as aforesaid, the Corporation will proceed to execute such work in accord- ance with the said Specifications, Plans, and Sections, Estimates, and Provisional Appor- tionments, and will charge the expenses there- of upon the owners of the premises shown in the said Provisional Apportionments to be liable as aforesaid. Dated this 10th day of May, 1901- JNO. THOMAS, Town Clerk. Guildhall, Swansea. [01083 L EVERY faoility at the "CAMBRIAN" Office JEJ for executing all kinds of Printing. Excellence in Quality and Moderation n Prico always studied. Estimates free. A DOUBLE-BEDDED FRONT BEDROOM near and overlooking the sea; suit two jcuug ladies who are out moat of tho day. TV ms very moderate.—AppJy, T. 300, The Cambrian Newspaper Office, Swansea. t.002-29-3 BOOTS CASH CHEMISTS. LARGEST, BEST, CHEAPEST. From small beginnings this firm has built up a. splendid reputation with the public for supplying drugs of the best quality at reformed prices. BOOTS CASH CHEMISTS Is essentially a. shareholders' company. Customers are shareholders and share- holders are customers-a judicious com- bination. BOOTS CASH CHEMISTS Our immense turnover enables us to supply freeh drugs daily to all our branches—an important consideration where drugs are concerned. BOOTS CASH CHEMISTS Theo most improved and modern sur- gical appliances of all types at reasonable prices. BOOTS CASH CHEMISTS The pioneers of reformed prices in the drug trade. BOOTS CASH CHEMISTS Physicians' Prescriptions prepared at all branches by chemists fully qualified by Pharmaceutical Society's examina- tion. BOOTS CASH CHEMISTS For Patent Medicines, Toilet Requi- sites, Household Remedies, at their well- known reduced prices. BOOTS CASH CHEMISTS Our prices enable customers to use the best quality of drugs, being in many cases less than has to be paid elsewhere for inferior kinds. BOOTS CASH CHEMISTS jBl spent with us buys as much as 309. or 403. spent with an ordinary old- fashioned chemist. BOOTS CASH CHEMISTS We go carefully through the stock at all our branches at short intervals, and any drugs that are not selling, or getting in any way spoiled, are withdrawn. BOOTS CASH CHEMISTS Compare our system with that of the old-fashioned chemists, many of whom have had articles in stock for years and years. w HEN YOU BUY DRUGS You Want Them Pure. You Want Them Pure. You Want Them Pure. You Want Them Pure. w HEN YOU BUY DRUGS You Want Them Fresh. You Want Them Fresh. You Want Them Fresh. You Want Them Fresh. w HE-N YOU BUY DRUGS You Want Them at a Reasonable Price. You Want Them at a Reasonable Price. You Want Them at a Reasonable Price. You Want Them at a Reasonable Price. DOOTS, CASH CHEMISTS, Can Supply These Three Wants, Can Supply These Three Wants. Can Supply These Three Wants. Can Supply These Three Wants. DOOTS, CASH CHEMISTS, Are Best Able To Do So. Are Best Able To Do So. Are Best Able To Do So. Are Best Able To Do So. BOOTS, CASH CHEMISTS, Being the Largest Retail Chemists. Being the) Largest Retail Chemists. Being the Largest Retail Chemists. Being the! Largest Retail Chemists. PHYSICIANS' PRESCRIPTIONS should be Carefully Prepared with Pure Drugs. Carefully Prepared with Pure Drugs. Carefully Prepared with Pure Drugs. Carefully Prepared with Pure Drugs. PHYSICIANS' PRESCRIPTIONS should be Dispensed only by Certified Assistants. Di&pensed only by Certified Assistants. Dispensed only by Certified Assistants. Dispensed only by Certified Assistants. PHYSICIANS' PRESCRIPTIONS should be Brought tp Boots, Cash Chemists. Brought to Boots, Cash Chemists. Brought to Boots, Cash Chemists. Brought to Boots, Cash Chemists. DOOTS, CASH CHEMISTS, Only Employ Certified Assistants for Dis- pensing. Only Employ Certified Assistants for Dis- pensing. Only Employ Certified Assistants for Dis- pensing. Only Employ Certified Assistants for Dis- pensing. JJOOTS, CASH CHEMISTS, Only Use Pure and Fresh Drugs. Only Use Pure and Freeh Drugs. Only Use Pure and Fresh Drugs. Only Use Pure and Freeh Drugs. BOOTS, CASH CHEMISTS, Charge only about One-half Usual Prices. Charge only about One-half Usual Prioea. Charge only about One-half Usual Prices. Charge only about One-half Usual Prices. rpoiLET ARTICLES AND PERFUMES Make very Suitable Presents. Make very Suitable Presents. Make very Suitable Presents. Make very Suitable Presents. "rOILET ARTICLES AND PERFUMES Are Good and Inexpensive at Boots. Are Good and Inexpensive at Boots. Are Good and Inexpensive at Boots. Are Good and Inexpensive at Boots. T OILET ARTICLES AND PERFUMES A Large Stock for Selection at Boots. A Large Stock for Selection at Boots. A Large Stock for "Selection at Boots. A Large Stock for Selection at Boots. DOOTS, CASH CHEMISTS, Sell Patent Medicines at Immense Re- ductions. Sell Patent Medicines at Immense Re- ductions. Sell Patent Medicines at Immense Re- ductions. Sell Patent Medicines at Immense Re- ductions. BOOTS CASH CHEMISTS. Over 200 Branches, each of which is under the Management of a FULLY QUALIFIED CHEMIST. LOCAL ADDRESSES: 1 and 2. OXFORD-STREET, ) 8, GOAT-STREET, V SWANSEA. 60, HIGH-STREET, J 83, TAFF-STREET, PONTYPRIDD. 42, COMMERCIAL-STREET, NEWPORT 12, COMMERCIAL-STREET, ABERDARE. 26, STEPNEY-STREET, LLANELLY. JESSE BOO I', Managing Director Head Offices, Nottingham. [01093 EXTENSION OF PREMISES. I -r- GREAT CLEARANCE SALE NOW ON. BARGAINS IN ALL DEPARTMENTS. EDDERSHAW <& SON, COMPLETE HOUSE FUrtNISHERS, HIGH STREET. SWANSEA. GWYN fT-ALL, IVEATH. THURSDAY, 30TH MAY, 1901. GRAND MORNING CONCERT munificently given and arranged by MADAME A DELINA pATTI (BARONESS ROLF CEDEKSTRSM), assisted by the following Eminent Artistes (who also give their valuable services):- Miss MARIANNE EISSLER (Solo Violin), Mias CLARA EISSLER (Solo Harp), Mr. PENDEREL PRICE (Tenor), Mr. SANTLEY (The Celebrated Baritone), and Mr. WILHELM GANZ (Solo Pianoforte and Conduotor). Numbered and Reserved Seats, Xl Is., 10s. 6d., and 5s. Plans may be seen and Tickets obtained at Mr. Whittington's, Wind-street, Neath at Messrs. Brader'e, Wind-street, Swansea; Messrs. Thomp- son & Shackell's, Queen-street, Cardiff; and at Messrs. Stockwood & Williams', Post Office Buildings, Bridgend. The PROCEEDS will be applied in aid of the poor of Neath, the Swansea Hospital, and the Porthcawl Rest. Railway Tickets at Reduced Fares on most of theJLocal Railways. The Secretary will be bappy to select Tickets (if so desired), for persons residing at a distance, on rpt-eiint nf fihflnrifl P 0 -r- -2.- Doors open at 1.30; Concert at 2.30 p.m. EDWIN C. CURTIS, Hon. Secretary. Town Clerk's Office, Neath. [01066 gtWANSEA (U.D.) SCHOOL BOARD TENDERS FOR SCHOOL MATERIALS. TENDERS are invited for the SUPPLY of BOOKS and SCHOOL MATERIALS to the Schools connected with the above-named Board, including delivery of the goods to the various departments, for one year. All tenders must be made on forms supplied by the Board, and must be accompanied in the cases mentioned on the forms, with samples of the goods tendered for; samples of materials to be had on application. The tenders must reach the office, enclosed in a sealed envelope, addressed "Tenders for School Material," not later than 10th June next. The Board does not bind itself to accept the lowest or any tender. A. W. HALDEN, Clerk. Dynevor-place, Swansea. SWANSEA (U.D.) SCHOOL BOARD. SCHOOL FURNITURE. The School Board of the United School Distriot of Swansea invite TENDERS for SCHOOL FURNITURE (Dual Desks. Teachers' Desks, Cupboards, Museum Cases, Ac.), to be supplied and fixed in the Masselton Board School, Swansea. Accommodation, 1,200. Applications for specification and drawings to fee made to the undersigned or to the Architect, accompanied by three guineas (cheques not taken), which will be returned on receipt of a bona fide tender. All tenders must reach the Clerk on or before noon, the 17th day of JUNE, 1901, in a sealed envelope, marked outside Tender for Furniture, Manseltoa School." The Board does not bind itself to accept the lowest or any tender. A. W. HALDEN, Clerk. School Board Offioea. [01096 0OEDFRANC SCHOOL BOARD. TO BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS. TENDERS are invited for the ERECTION of a new BOYS' SCHOOL at SHbwen to accommodate 440 ohildren. | Plans and specifications may be seen at the offices of the Board's Architect, Mr.J. Cook Rees, St. Thomas'-chambers, Neath, and bills of quan- tities obtained on and after the 13th, upon pay- ment of R2 2s., which amount will be returned upon receipt of bona fide tender. Sealed tenders to be sent to the undersigned on or before the 30th instant, endorsed Tender for Boys' School." The lowest or any tender not necessarily ac- cepted. CUTHBERTSON and POWELL, Clerks to the Board. Water-street, Neath, 6th May, 1901. [01078 FOR EFFECTIVE PRINTING OF Large Posters I' IN ALL COLOURS, TRY I OFFICE, 68. WIND STREET, SWANSEA. -•> Tasteful Designs. 1 I I I I I I I ■ M I • I I I t I I I I I I I I | I For Horses, Cattle & Dogs. I CALVERT'S CARBOLIC SOFT SOAP Cures Mange, Greasy Heal, Itch and other Skin Diseases, destroys parasites, and keeps away flies. •1 A sure insecticide for Plants. 1 & 2 lb. Jars, 1/- & 2/- each. I F. C. CALVERT & Co., Manchester. t I 1 I t t IMPORTANT. ADVERTISEMENTS RECEIVED AT THE OFFICES. NO. 58. WIND-STREET, SWAN- SEA, UP TO 11 O'CLOCK ON THURSDAY NIGHT, THOSE POSTED ON THURSDAY NIGHT WILL NOT BE IN TIME FOR PUBLICATION ON FRIDAY MORNING. TELEPHONE — NUMBER 36. TELEGRAMS Cambrian Newspaper, Swansea TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Delivered in Town 18. 3d. per quarter Post Free (United Kingdom) 18.9d. „ (Foreign). 2a. 6d. „ Payable in advance. —

FRIDAY, MAY 17, 190L

ISWANSEA CORPORATION FINANCES.

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. A PRAISEWORTHY OBJECT.